Hi,i have 2 prob and i hope u can solve it...first one when i turn one the computer after a couple of hours or after many hours ...the computer turn on for 3 secs and turn off and is turning on without neither signal to monitor neither keyboard...so i have to turn in for a 15 times and it turn off until one time he begin to turn in normaly...i think the power not working well in the motherboard...the second prob is that when i am usong the pc normaly it turn off the hard disk and reastart again ...and of course it losing all the data that i recently add it...and when it turn on it scan the C drive....
thnxxx i hope u understand what i mean ...
thnxxx plz plz reply me .
Welll for the most part is that it isn't ur HDD is your motherboard that is no boost to normal level someone have change the settings on your BIOS and this causes all the trouble go to system settings in the BIOS menu and choose the default settings key this will work
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In other word your PC works intermittently. Here is what you have to do. Check and remove the processor cooling fan and heat sink clean the cooling fan and heat sink. If you have a thermal compound remove the old thermal compound and put a little amount at the center of the heat sink. Reinstall it back the processor cooling fan and heat sink and make sure It install properly even and snag tight. re plug in the cooling fan connector to the motherboard. If you have a video card remove and clean the video card connector and the cooling fan and heat sink with air blower same also to the memory card. Use the air blower to clean the motherboard and the entire internal of the PC. Reinstall the video card and the memory card and make sure that they are install properly. replug in the video cable and the pc power cord and turn on the PC. this will work. the computer is just over heating. I hope that this information will help you solve the problem. HRH
Just the LED's blinking but can you hear the fan on the processor run? If not most likely your power supply, SMPS, has failed. However try starting it with a working one of the same capacity to check and then buy your own. However if your PC shows no change on using a working SMPS, the the problem could lie in the RAM sticks or MB...............sodeep
PLUG BOTH THE MEMORY MODULES AND THEN OPEN THE BIOS SETUP CHECK IF BOTH OF THEM SHOW UP IN THE MENU IF YES THEN SAVE THE BIOS SETTINGS AND RESTART THE COMPUTER OR ELSE MAKE SURE BOTH THE MEMORY MODULES HAVE SAME FREQUENCY
First of all what exactly do you mean by "changed the CPU"? If its the processor? Is only the display not working, since you have said that the fan runs, it means the PC is starting. Check the Keyboard & mouse PS2 jacks. If there is any bent pins in the jacks? If so gently straighten with a pair of tweezers. Also try using a working Keyboard & Mouse from any other PC. If that still does not work, do you see the led lighting up on the MB? Does the MB make beeping sounds? How many? ALso mention the processor you have so that we may be able to help...............sodeep
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A couple of things you can try: 1. Verify that there are no yellow or red markings in your Sound, video and game controllers in the Device Manager; 2. try with a different known good set of speakers or even a headset; 3. reset your CMOS/BIOS on your motherboard. (This would be the jumper very near the Lithium back-up battery.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turns up or should you need further information.